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Yoga Instructor

7 Years Teaching | 350+ Hours of Training

Class Options

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PARK

Join Steph in the park for a 45 min. open level yoga class every Monday at 6pm in Cooper Park. Bring your own mat!

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ONLINE

Find targeted video sequences curated specifically for skaters & stretch with Steph from the comfort of your home. 

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PRIVATE

Book a private yoga class with Steph at Pure Yoga on the Upper West Side.

About

Steph has over seven years of experience teaching yoga in Arizona and New York City. She has taught various class formats in a gym, studio, online and in the park. Classes included: Vinyasa, Hot Yoga, Power Yoga, Hatha Yoga, and Yoga for Skaters. Her current focus is on making yoga more accessible to the skate community.

Teaching Experience

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Steph's yoga classes are exactly what I need:

  • a good vinyasa flow to warm up my muscles

  • challenging enough to strengthen my core

  • increase flexibility to get into asanas that stretch & open my body

  • ground my energy to release stress & anxiety from my body & mind

Armie Mariano, Licensed Acupuncturist & Registered Physical Therapist

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Yoga for Skaters

Yoga and skating balance each other beautifully. Incorporating yoga between skate seshes has a multitude of benefits:

Physical

Mental

  • Stretch & strengthen muscles 

  • Increase body awareness 

  • Improve balance

  • Learn to maintain control over thoughts

  • Reduce stress through breathing exercises

  • Increase mindfulness

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A yogi is one who leaves the place a little nicer than when they arrived.
So a question each of us can ask is: is the world a better place by our presence in it?

David Swenson, Ashtanga Yoga Instructor